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Central baseball team rallies past Cortez

By Staff

The Central High School baseball team overcame a 6-0 deficit Friday to defeat Montezuma-Cortez 10-9 at Suplizio Field. The Warriors (11-6, 4-4 Southwestern League) started slow, but got the boost they needed from a two-run home run in the ...


Grand Junction ace pitches Tigers to win over Durango

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Grand Junction High School baseball coach Kyle Rush wasn’t sure what he’d have in terms of pitching this season. He had some possibilities, but could only guess how it would turn out. So far, the pitching has turned out pretty ...


No tall task: Height makes Palisade’s Girardi a good fit for hurdles

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School’s Collin Girardi found his perfect event. Girardi, a senior, is one of the top 110-meter hurdlers in Class 4A, currently ranked eighth with a time of 15.45 seconds. Girardi’s advantage is his 6-foot-4 frame, ...

GJ trio make college choices

By Patrick Bahr

Tyler Winder has always been a motivated athlete. Thursday at Grand Junction High School, Winder signed his national letter of intent to play football at Mesa State College. “All my life I heard I was too slow and too small,” the ...

Davis, Cruz help Palisade soccer team keep playoff hopes alive

By Staff

The Palisade High School girls soccer team got multiple goals Thursday from Flannery Davis and Cruz Vela in a much-needed 4-0 win at Delta. “Had we lost, our chances for any postseason would have been over,” Palisade coach Raina ...

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Special K: Krista Ferguson’s hat trick lifts Central to win

By Patrick Bahr

Krista Ferguson might only be a sophomore on the Central High School girls soccer team, but that isn’t stopping her from being the difference-maker. Thursday at Long Family Park, Ferguson scored back-to-back goals in the sixth and ...

Grand Junction girls get big lacrosse win

By Staff

Santana Martinez scored a season-high seven goals Wednesday to lead the Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team to a 17-7 victory at Battle Mountain. The Tigers (9-0, 5-0 Mountain League) led 8-3 at halftime. Kacie Jay scored four ...

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Seniors help Wildcats top Tigers in lacrosse

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Kyler Hanson and Cody Young’s last high school lacrosse game will be unforgettable. The Fruita Monument High School seniors upended Grand Junction 7-6 in a non-league game on Wednesday night at Walker Field to cap the Wildcats’ ...

Tigers repeatedly find the net in easy victory

By Staff

Grand Junction’s girls soccer team had no problem finishing Tuesday. Three days after failing to mark up tight on defense and put shots away on offense, the Tigers defeated Montrose 6-0 in a Southwestern League game in ...

Prep Notebook: Budget cuts may force Rams’ Holley out of a job

By Staff

Roaring Fork Athletic Director and football coach Greg Holley likely won’t return next fall, but not because he doesn’t want to be back. Holley’s athletic director position was cut by the school district cut in one of its ...

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